Former chief justice Murray Gleeson buys back into Pymble

Former chief justice Murray Gleeson buys back into Pymble
Former chief justice Murray Gleeson buys back into Pymble

Murray Gleeson, the former chief justice of the High Court, has bought back into Pymble.

Gleeson and wife, Robyn now call the 1930s trophy, Ballinlough their home, just 600 metres along Telegraph Road.

The four bedroom home was secured for $4 million after their longtime home fetched around $6 million in December.

Chadwick Real Estate Turramurra agent Lynette Malcolm sold Ballinlough before its recent scheduled auction.

Gleeson, who spent 10 years as Chief Justice, has been based in Pymble with wife Robyn since 1984 when he paid $875,000 for the Federation home Sandon.

The 1930s Georgian-inspired Ballinlough residence was designed by architect James Orwin.

Newly renovated and extended, the five bedroom, double-brick home is surrounded in manicured topiary gardens on its 930 sqm parcel.

This article was first published in the Saturday Daily Telegraph. 

 

 

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